Couple weeks ago at the LGS I saw they had a .327 LCRx in the case and it was new with a $450 price tag. That shocked me because the prices on them have usually been about $500+ all year, so to see a gun at a price below where normal market value is something I've never seen before at an LGS. I have long said that the next .32 revolver I would buy is an .327 LCR or LCRx, so now I'm wondering if I should go ahead and get the LCRx or wait for the LCR's to show up? I'm not too concerned about snagging and right now wouldn't be putting it into duty as a carry gun, I like to "feel out" handguns for a few months and a few hundred rounds first before I start buying holsters, grips, and speedloaders for them and carry them. BTW, I load for all the .32's, .327 included so ammo is not an issue. Anyway, the crux is that I have a Marlin XT-22 (stainless and tube fed) that I no longer want. It will be coming with a Simmons .22 Mag (yeah, it's a cheap scope, but it's worked great) mounted and zeroed and a 17 rd Spee-D-Loader. That's about $80 worth of accessories on top of the rifle and I was going to work out a deal where I trade the rifle and get a certain amount off the LCRx. I'd like to get $200 for the rifle as I would gladly pay $250 (and tax) for the LCRx. Should I go for this? The stainless XT-22's aren't common and are usually $250 brand new, so what amount do you think I can get for the Marlin?